“There is nothing more dangerous than armed men with utopian dreams.”
I couldn’t agree more. The man has some interesting things to say but the well produced video seems to be a load of junk. He’s intellectual and has received a ton of hits but the proposed outcome of revolution would be impossible. The proposed revolution is over-simplified. Is it suggesting a communist regime can survive in co-operation and alongside a free market economy?
“It’s a simple concept, one that has been applied many times throughout history. The most striking example however is the Iroquois Federation, which unified 6 tribes each with their own cultures and traditions. The Iroquois Federation existed before the arrival of Columbus and lasted until 1779 when they were conquered militarily by the U.S.. Many historians believe that the Iroquois Federation served as the original inspiration for the united states. The most striking difference being that the Iroquois Federation never had a central government. No one at the top had the power to force the member tribes to do anything whatsoever, and yet this system worked well. So clearly this is not a utopian fantasy. It is a viable option, and it’s the only option that can be enacted on a voluntary basis.”
What if radical supremacist elements develop in local governments attempting to invade the other nations? What if a nation collapses economically? Surely there will be mass emigration to the wealthier nations once a nation suffers (think something along the lines of socialism corrupted)? Surely if there is no central government they are weaker and less co-ordinated against foreign attack?
What do you think?